25 Historical Places In Italy That You Must Visit In 2022

Historical Sites in Italy

The Leaning Tower of Pisa, Herculaneum, Area Sacra di Largo Argentina, Paestum, Pianosa Island, Botanical Garden in Padua, Duomo di Milano, Roman Arena, Verona and many more.

As the birthplace of the Renaissance, and the Roman Empire, there are a wealth of notable Historical Places in Italy  which are worth a visit and must be included in your bucket list when you visit the country. The country has more UNESCO World Heritage cultural sites than any other country in the world varying from Roman and Greek temples to medieval castles, villages and Renaissance churches.

The Historical Landmarks in Italy will captivate you with their rich masterpieces of art and architecture on one side, and breathtakingly beautiful natural attractions of dramatic coastlines, mountains and islands on the other.

Plan your itinerary to include some of the renowned historical sites such as the architectural wonder Leaning Tower of Pisa, the lost city of Herculaneum, the amphitheater Arena, the town square Sacred Area of Largo di Torre and many more. Those with a love for beautiful churches will delight in visiting the Basilicas of various locations across Italy.

Here is the list of some best historical places in Italy:

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa

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One of the Historical Places in Italy  that you must visit is the Leaning Tower of Pisa or  Italian Torre Pendente di Pisa, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Located in the medieval town of Pisa, this is the third oldest monument of the town which is well known for the settling of its foundation. Built between the 12th to 13th century, the constructors of the tower did not plan the tilt.

But when construction began, it started to tilt owing to the low strength of the ground. While visiting this place, you will be awe-stuck to see a 50 meters tall monument leaning 5.5 degrees (about 15 feet [4.5 metres]) from the perpendicular. Feel excited as you climb this monument and get a breathtaking view of the surrounding areas from the top.

Best Time to Visit: Between June to September

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Herculaneum

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Another one of the Historical Landmarks in Italy which you can visit is Herculaneum, which is also known as Ercolano in Italy. Herculaneum is an ancient Roman town which is situated on the outskirts of Naples. Visit this town which was named Hercules from the Greek god Herakles and was believed to be in existence in the 6th century BC.

Explore the ruins of one of the Historical Places in Italy that was buried by the ashes and volcanic lava at the time of eruption on Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, and preserved more or less intact later on.

Best Time to Visit: Between May to September

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The Sacred Area of Largo di Torre, also known as Area Sacra di Largo Argentina, one of the Historical Places in Italy,  is an ancient square which has four Roman Republic temples along with the remains of Pompey's Theatre, the place where Julius Caesar was murdered.

The place is also known as the city of cats as hundreds of them have made this excavation site their home. You must visit this site which is one of the Historical Places to visit in Italy, especially at night. At night, the ruins look beautiful with the golden lights decorating them.

Best Time to Visit: Anytime after dusk

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Paestum

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The archeological zones of Paestum or Poseidonia are one of the Historical Places in Italy that you must include in your tour itinerary. The ruins date back to 600 BC and include three of the world’s best preserved ancient temples of Greece along with a museum which is a powerhouse of information.

While visiting the museum, you will feel amazed looking at daily artifacts of the bygone era made of ceramics, along with millennia-old frescoes. The temples will give you a demonstration of the bulging Doric columns of that period.

Best Time to Visit: Between June to August

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An architectural masterpiece and the pride of the Florentine skyline, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore is situated in Florence in Italy. It literally translates to “Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Flower” in English. But it is popularly known as The Duomo by the locals. The Cathedral is known for its rich history and architectural marvels. Built in over 150 years, between 1296 and 1436, the building is a blend of different architectural styles that were prevalent in the different eras making it more intriguing than ever. Such a changing face of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore is evidence of how the architectural taste of people changed with time. Also, the Duomo is more than 152 meters long and 90 meters wide, making it the third largest cathedral in the world.

The Cathedral is one of the most magnificent works of art and is the most famous tourist attraction in Florence. It holds utmost importance when it comes to witnessing intricate artistry. It is an experience that any visitor wouldn’t want to miss. The cathedral’s exterior is made with a mix of pink and green marble and bordered by marble which is a delightful sight to stop and look at.

The cathedral complex, in the main square of Florence, Piazza del Duomo, includes Giotto’s Campanile and the Baptistery and all these three buildings have been recognised as UNESCO World Heritage Site. They are a treasure trove of history, faith and art. 

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Pianosa Island

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Yet another one of the Historical Places in Italy which you can include in your tour plan is Pianosa Island, also known as Italian Isola Pianosa or Planasia. Pianosa is an island of the Toscany Archipelago, located in the Tyrrhenian Sea, a part of the Tuscany region of Italy.

Visit the island that has been inhabited since the paleolithic era of the 12th and 13th century and is currently a part of Parco Nazionale dell’Arcipelago Toscano (the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago). Enjoy the serene atmosphere of this unique island, one of the beautiful Historical Places to visit in Italy or go for some water sports.

Best time to visit: Between May to September

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Botanical Garden in Padua

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Another one of the Historical Places to visit in Italy which is a part of UNESCO World heritage list is the Botanical Garden of Padua, in Veneto. Feel excited visiting the world's first botanical garden which was founded by the University of Padua as a medicinal resource.

Stroll across the garden which has preserved its original layout of a circular central plot surrounded by a ring of water. Admire the ornamental entrances and balustrades along greenhouses of this garden which is surely one of the beautiful Historical Places in Italy.

Best Time to Visit: Between March to September

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Duomo di Milano

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The 600 year old behemoth cathedral Duomo di Milano is another one of the Historical Places to visit in Italy. Standing in the Piazza del Duomo, this cathedral is one of the most impressive structures of Milano and is a place that you must include in your Italy tour.

Visit the fifth largest christian church in the world and feel awe-struck looking at 3,400 statues, 135 gargoyles and 700 figures present in one single cathedral. Look out for the red light bulb which marks the spot where one of the nails of Jesus’ crucifixion was supposed to have been placed. Feel excited as you set your watch by the sundial of one of the Historical Places in Italy.

Best Time to Visit: Between March to May

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Santa Maria Delle Grazie is a church located in the northern city of Milan. Popularly also known as Holy Mary of Grace, this church also works as a Dominican convent in the city. Built by famous architects Guiniforte Solari and Donato Bramante, Santa Maria Delle Grazie was built between 1463 to 1467 during the reign of Duke of Milan Francesco I Sforza. The architectural style of this church is regarded as Gothic and Renaissance and is one of the most beautiful churches in Italy.

Other than a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this church is a very popular tourist destination. It is also one of the highly visited historic churches in Milan and Italy. During World War II, due to the involvement of Italy in the war, the church was attacked by a couple of aerial attacks. A major portion of the refectory was demolished and a few walls of the outer side of the church were also destroyed.

Many tourists visit Santa Maria Delle Grazie to see the painting of Last Supper. It is located in a small room inside the church and only a limited number of visitors are allowed to enter the room at a time. Due to the immense popularity of the church and its historic value, the tickets for the church are sold-out in advance.

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Roman Arena, Verona

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One of the must visit Historical Places in Italy is the Roman amphitheater in Verona, known as The Arena. Built in the 1st century AD for watching gladiator fights, the Arena is the third largest Roman theater in size.

Explore the massive amphitheater which is used as a theater today with a stage, scenery, lighting and the works. Go on a guided tour around the place to know about the interesting history of one of the Historical Landmarks in Italy.

Best Time to Visit: Between Late May to Early October

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The Grand Canal of Venice, Italy defines the perfect blend of romantic boat rides and attractive ancient architecture. It is so beautifully sculpted that anyone can fall in love with it and that's the reason why people from far and wide come to visit this place for the true Venetian escapade.

This splendid S-shaped canal flows through the centre of the city and divides it into two parts while being considered as the most important waterway of the city. Through each side of the canal runs a number of artistically decorated buildings dating back from the 13th to the 18th century, constructed by the richest families of the city that signifies the culture of “Serenissima” republic. 

If rich and tumultuous history is your medicine then this place is just for you! The aesthetically erected buildings with classic Venetian architecture and designing that cannot be found anywhere else, century-old palaces, ancient churches and of course the glorious “Gondola Ride” are some of the known facets of the Grand Canal that can fill any sort of a traveller with the excitement. It doesn't matter whether you are travelling with a group or solo, the place has something for everyone and enthrals with its charm and charisma.
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Basilica of San Vitale, Ravenna

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Another one of the famous Historical Landmarks in Italy is The Basilica of San Vitale, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located in Ravenna, Italy, it is one of the places that you must visit to catch a glimpse of surviving examples of early Christian Byzantine art and architecture in Europe.

Enter the 6th century church that has been in existence from the time of Justinian the Great  and feel enchanted watching the largest and one of the best preserved mosaic works all over the place.

Watch out for the small Mausoleum of Galla Placidia in the garden of the basilica. Visit this church, one of the Historical Places in Italy, during daytime when the sun is shining so that you can see the light reflecting off the mosaics.

Best Time to Visit: June and July

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Cinque Terre, nestled between Pisa and Genoa is a string of seaside villages - Manarola, Vernazza, Monterosso al Mare, Corniglia and Riomaggiore. Situated on a mountainous stretch overlooking the Italian Riviera coastline these towns make for the dreamest of summer expeditions.

The vibrant, colourful houses, vineyards clinging to the steep terraces with breath-taking scenery, harbours housed with fishing boats and seafood eating joints, and the cliffside hike trails that link the villages should be reasons enough to visit Cinque Terre for your next holiday. 

This quaint Italian destination is best explored on foot, taking up the hiking trails along the cliffs with majestic vistas of the Italian coastline. Or the next best option is a train ride to travel between the five centuries-old villages.

Moreover, all these towns offer the best of sights, including Santuario di Nostra Signora di Montenero, a viewpoint in Riomaggiore. Additionally, the food scene in Manarola’s Nessun Dorma is the very best, and besides gorging on Italian delicacies, you can also take up a Pesto making class here. Or you can try out some of the most flavoursome ranges of wines, bubbles, grappa and Passito wine within Cinque Terre.
 
Cinque Terre has some of the most alluring sunsets that one can witness. Climb up the many viewpoints across the five towns to engrave a golden-hued evening in your memories or capture the moment in photographs. Further, surrounded by clear azure water, it would be a shame, not to take a dip in the sea or go on a boat ride. In Cinque Terre, you can go to several beaches, including Monterosso Beach in Manarola village.

Another nearby place worth seeing, although not part of Cinque Terre is Porto Venere. This UNESCO world- heritage village is situated on the Ligurian coast and is known for Porto Venere Regional Natural Park, a protected area with trails and dive sites, Fezzano and Le Grazie.
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Saint Mark’s Basilica

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St. Mark’s Basilica is one of the most-visited Historical Places in Italy  and must be a part of your travel itinerary. Walk across the breathtakingly beautiful basilica, one of the Historical Landmarks in Italy,  to admire the 8th century mosaic work made mostly of gold and it’s stunning beauty.

Feel awe-stuck looking and knowing about more than 500 columns and capitals in the basilica with early Christian Byzantine art and architecture from the 6th to 11th century. Do not miss out the glittering “ The Pala d’Oro” , a Byzantine altar made of a screen of gold and studded with hundreds of gems.

Best Time to Visit: Between  December to January

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Piazza del Campo, Siena

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Visit The Piazza del Campo, an ancient square in Siena which is one of the famous Historical Landmarks in Italy. The beautiful square is well known for its overall shell shaped form, its bell tower as well as its amazing architecture. The place is one of those  Historical Places in Italy  that is known for its aesthetic beauty.

The Piazza del Campo is also well known as the site of a bi-annual horse race which started in the Mediaeval times and is also a popular place for public performances. Spend some time sitting comfortably on the red brick floors of the square while admiring the various monuments surrounding the place.

Best Time to Visit: May or June

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The Basilica di San Francesco, Assisi

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Another basilica which is one of the Historical Places in Italy, is The Basilica di San Francesco, Assisi. Visit this basilica which is the  crowning glory of Assisi and is also a UNESCO World heritage listed centre. Stoll across the 13th century complex which houses two beautiful churches - the Gothic Basilica Superiore and the Basilica Inferiore.

While the Gothic Basilica Superiore will impress you with its celebrated cycle of Giotto frescoes, the older the Basilica Inferiore will enchant you with the fine works by painters such as Pietro Lorenzetti, Simone Martini and Pietro Lorenzetti.

Best Time to Visit: Between March to September

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Do you know Colosseum was originally built by Nero and after his death, it was completed by his son and successor Titus?  

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Experience climbing up the hill where Rome was founded, Palatine Hill. Visit Arco di Settimio Severo dedicated to the eponymous emperor and his two sons, Caracalla and Geta. Roman Forum, the center of Rome surrounded by several important ancient government buildings. 

Opening hours: 8:30 am-4:30 pm

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Considered to be the center of Christendom, St. Peter’s Basilica is one of the major pilgrimage sites of the Vatican City. A home to many Renaissance and Baroque art, this iconic basilica is a major attraction for history lovers as it takes them in for a ride through the impressive Roman history. 

You can have a look at various monuments and sculptures created by many talented legendary artists. The most famous among them are the baldachin, Michelangelo’s Pietà by Bernini, a statue of St. Longinus, the tomb of Urban VIII, and the bronze cathedral of St. Peter.

St. Peter’s Basilica used to be the tallest building at the time it was built and presently, it is the church with the tallest dome in the world. The great height of the building provides a beautiful view of the entire city. 

The art in and around the church is unique and every part has a history of its own, conveying the visitors the story and richness of Christianity and Rome.

In the year 1984, St. Peter’s Basilica was enlisted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The basilica is historically associated with the Early Christian Church, the Protestant Reformation, the Papacy, and the Catholic Counter-Reformation. 

It has also been associated with a number of artists, especially Michelangelo. With so much to witness and so much to click, St. Peter’s Basilica indeed makes for a recommended visit in the Vatican.
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Bestowed with dazzling colours of blues, greens, and all shades in between, no wonder this coastline is considered to be one of the most enchanting places to visit in Italy. This UNESCO protected site, because of its Mediterranean views of artistic houses with Arab-Sicilian architectural influences, vineyards, unique rock formations, and sandy beaches that attract people from all over the world.

Highlights of the place:
- One of the must-visit places here is Ischia, which is a volcanic garden island and loved for its natural beauty.
- The pristine town of Sorrento is a great place to visit too, especially for the views that it offers of Mount Vesuvius and beautiful fishing villages.
- Visit Cetara that is famous for its pasta and seafood dishes especially the ones made with clams and tuna.

Location: Northern coast of the Salerno Gulf on the Tyrrhenian Sea, Province of Salerno, Southern Italy.

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Castel del Monte, Puglia

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One of the Historical Places in Italy  which will surely impress you is the beautiful Castel del Monte, located on a low hill on the Puglian plains. You will enjoy visiting this unique castle which is an excellent example of medieval military architecture.

Visit this UNESCO listed place which is one of the  Historical Places in Italy with mathematical and astronomical precision in its layout.  Feel delighted as you look at the castle’s perfect octagonal shape and it’s architecture that is a blend of elements from classical antiquity, the north European Cistercian Gothic, and the Islamic Orient.

Best Time to Visit: June and September

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Roman Forum is an archaeological site in Rome with staggering ruins of ancient monuments, temples, government buildings, and public spaces. It was once the center for all religious, political, public and commercial activities of the Roman Empire and has now turned into a major tourist attraction of present-day Rome. The Roman Forum, also known as Forum Romanum in Latin is located in the heart of the ancient city. It is the most influential representation of the iconic Roman architecture where you can witness the remnants of the powerful Roman Empire and experience its splendor.

The ruins narrate countless stories of valor, alliance, deceit, conspiracy, victory, and defeat of one of the world’s oldest civilizations.Walking through the ruins, you can imagine life as it was around 20 centuries ago and gain unprecedented insights into the lives of Ancient Romans. In those times this multi-purpose site had served several royal purposes and was the most celebrated meeting place in the world for centuries.

After the Fall of the Roman Empire, the precious monuments on the Forum were torn down and its glory was scrambled. The Forum had been buried for centuries before it recovered to become one of the most visited archaeological sites. Today these mysterious remains attract more than 4.5 million visitors annually. If you are holidaying in Rome, a visit to the Roman Forum along with the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill will let you understand the Eternal City through its history.

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Nestled on Tiber River’s banks, Castel Sant’Angelo proudly has its name among the most recognized monuments in Rome.  This alluring and strategically designed fortress has outbeated the rigorous test of time and stood majestically since its inception. Once built as a mausoleum, the building has catered to a number of purposes over the passage of time.

At the moment, this important building of Rome is home to the National Museum of Castel Sant’Angelo. This world-famous Romanian landmark offers visitors a sneak peek into its glorious history as a mausoleum, secret refuge as a Papal residence, and its dark past as a prison and execution ground.

Castel Sant’Angelo is divided into multiple sections and each part of the building lures visitors with its impressive resource. The different parts of the museum include The Bastions, Passetto di Borgo, Hadrian’s Mausoleum, the Pope’s apartments and the courtyard, Grande Loggia and Giretto, and finally the top terrace. The bastions form the gateway to the huge museum. The Passetto di Borgo happens to be walls forming the connection between Castel Sant’Angelo and Vatican City.

The passage’s entrance is still noticeable and occasionally the passage is opened for visitors during the summer season. The section of Hadrian’s mausoleum and the beautiful apartments of the pope is possible to notice even today from inside the castle. ‘La Grande’ Loggia and ‘Il Giretto’ happen to be the most amazing sections of the building, which are known for the views they offer. The terrace of the structure is considered as the crown of Castel Sant’Angelo, which offers enthralling views of the entire city below. From here, one can see a plethora of iconic architectural wonders of Rome, including St. Peter’s Basilica.

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Milan Cathedral is one of the most important structures of cultural and religious significance in Milan. It is hailed as the second-largest cathedral in Italy and 3rd biggest catholic church in the entire world. It is dedicated to the Nativity of St. Mary and is the seat of the Archbishop of Milan. 

Constructed over the course of around seven centuries, this place has been a site of intense artistic debates, important religious declarations and movements, and political assertion. Today it stands proudly as a grand structure with varying artistic influences reflected in its construction and design. Thousands of visitors flock to this site every day to admire its imposing structure. 

Its architecture has elements of both the classical Gothic and Renaissance styles. The Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo is the organization that was instituted by the lord of Milan in 1386 to oversee the construction of this monument. This organization meticulously conserves this cathedral that is the ultimate example of cultural wholesomeness. 

You can have a mesmerizing view of the sunrise from the top of the cathedral. You can even roam around its various intricately designed corridors and marvel at the naturally lit hallways and the altar. It is a supremely surreal experience to see the imposing structure that has stood for centuries, and you must visit this cathedral if you’re visiting the beautiful city of Milan.
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Ponte Vecchio is a closed-spandrel segmental arch bridge in Florence, Italy spanning over the Arno river. It was built in 1345 to replace another bridge that was destroyed in the flood. It is mostly full of tourists enjoying the view, musicians playing songs, artists making portraits and all sorts of entertainers can be found on this bridge.

Along with this hustle and bustle, there are many shops positioned at both sides of the bridge designed in the medieval style. It also organizes concerts occasionally and offers boat rides in the river. Back in the day the bridge was home to fishmongers, butchers, and tanners and it was not always touristy and sparkly as there was a time when this bridge stank as butchers were allowed to throw their waste directly into the river.

However, after going through years of transformation it has become a tourist hub. Tourists come here to take a stroll on the street which offers a lot of jewellery shops, antique piees, souvenirs and a spectacular view. So, if shopping for gold is in your mind, the entire bridge is lined with jewelry stores. There are also various restaurants and eateries around the bridge for you to stop and take a bite. 

The bridge links the old city with some famous sites on the other side (such as the Pitti Palace of the Medici’s) and picturesque neighborhoods. There are also artisans living and working on the opposite side and you can find shops with pottery, leather, handmade paper and other special gifts. Let’s read ahead what Ponte Vecchio has in store for you.
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Uffizi Palace and Gallery is an amazing treasure trove of artistic masterpieces from the past. It is a prominent art museum and one of the most visited attractions in Florence. It was established in 1851 and designed by the renowned architect, Vasari.

Some of the most stunning pieces that are showcased in Uffizi Palace and Gallery are Coronation of the Virgin by Fra Angelico, The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli, Madonna with the Long Neck by Parmigianino, Annunciation by Leonardo da Vinci and Andrea del Verrocchio and several more of the finest works of many renowned artists. 

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- Tuesday to Sunday - 8:15am to 6:50pm
- Monday - closed

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- Students (aged 18 to 25): 4 Euros
- Young people (less than 18) and Seniors (over 65): free entry.
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  1. Which are the best activities to do in Italy?

    1. Ride a Gondola: Your trip to Italy will remain incomplete if you do not ride a Gondola in Venice and glide through the Grand Canal. Enjoy riding through the canal while admiring the city of Venice on both sides. Take the ride at night to see the lights from the Grand Canal palaces and canal-side eateries reflect on the water creating a mesmerising view.

    2. Go Trekking through Sardinia:
    Embark on a challenging and exciting activity of a hiking trip on the rugged landscape and coastline of Sardinia. Go through Europe’s Grand Canyon, Gola Su Gorropu and feel captivated looking at the spectacular view of the carved gorge with the Rio Flumineddu flowing at its feet.

    3. Experience a Skiing Adventure:
    Choose one of the 12 Italian ski resorts scattered on the slopes of Cortina d'Ampezzo, Arabba/Marmolada, or Alta Badia, and embark on a skiing experience. Feel excited as you ski down challenging trails or a sunny beginner’s slope and reach the end.

    4. Explore Mt. Etna: Start an expedition to explore Mt.Etna, Europe's tallest and an active volcano. Climb on foot or ride a bus or a jeep to reach the upper crater and may take you inside a fumarole, a tubular cave that has been left by lava flowing under a faster-cooling surface.

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  2. Which are the Historical Places in Italy to visit with Family?

    1. The Leaning Tower of Pisa: One of the Historical Places in Italy to visit with Family is the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa, known for its leaning foundation. Both adults and children would feel excited climbing this monument leaning at an angle of 5.5 degree from perpendicular and will enjoy the view of the surrounding places from the top.

    2. Pianosa Island: Another one of the Historical Places to visit in Italy for families is the beautiful island of Pianosa. While some families will enjoy the serene atmosphere of the island, others, especially those with youngsters will love indulging in water sports around the place.

    3. Botanical garden in Padua: Among the Historical Landmarks in Italy is the Botanical garden in Padua, the first ever botanical garden in the world.

    4. Roman Arena, Verona: Families will feel thrilled to go on a guided tour of the Roman Arena or The Arena in Verona, one of the Historical Landmarks in Italy, and relive the ancient era when this arena was used for watching gladiator fights.

    5. Piazza del Campo, Siena: Another one of the Historical Places in Italy where families may love to spend some time is Piazza del Campo, a beautiful square in Siena.

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  3. How many days are enough to visit Italy?

    You should spend 10 days in Italy to visit all its important landmarks. Your itinerary can be as follows: Day 1 & 2: Discover the beauty of Rome Day 3,4 & 5: Visit Florence and Tuscany Day 6 & 7: Visit Pisa and spend the next two days in Cinque Terre Day 8 & 9: Explore Venice Day 10: Return back
  4. What is the best time to visit Italy?

    The spring months between March to May and the autumn months between September to November are the best time to visit Italy. The temperature during this time is comfortable for outdoor sightseeing and indulging in enjoyable activities.
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